By Tracy Breen
There are many reasons to use Lucky Buck. It helps keep deer healthy and can help bucks grow larger racks. These are just two of the most popular reasons hunters use the product. Now there is another reason to use Lucky Buck. It is economical compared to other popular attractants.The drought of 2012 is one of the worst droughts ever recorded in the United States.The drought of 2012 is one of the worst droughts ever recorded in the United States. As a result, the prices of corn, sunflowers and almost every other type of grain and seed available has gone up in price because millions of acres of fields didn’t yield a sizable crop.
Corn is one of the most popular things to feed to whitetail deer. Many hunters feed corn in feeders; some hunters simply dump whole bags of the stuff on the ground. Corn is the first ingredient in many other attractants on the market. Some companies put corn and sunflowers together, others pour molasses onto corn. Some companies grind corn and make pellets out of it. The biggest problem with feeding deer corn in any form is the deer and every squirrel and turkey in the woods will devour it which can be extremely expensive.
Carrots and sugar beets also cost more this year and carrots and sugar beets can quickly rot. Lucky Buck, on the other hand, does not rot.
Lucky Buck is one of the most cost effective attractants on the market and unlike corn and most attractants, it is fed on mostly by deer. One bucket of Lucky Buck can last for several months. As many of you probably know, Lucky Buck is more than just an attractant; it helps keep deer healthy.
Pellet feed, corn, sugar beets and almost every other deer feed available can cost hundreds if not thousands of dollars a year to keep one location well stocked with feed for a year. Four or five buckets of Lucky Buck a year will keep one location going strong for an entire year. If you are looking for a cost effective way to grow big bucks, get trail camera pictures and keep deer on your property, the answer is Lucky Buck.